Anile-ECMI Prize for Mathematics in Industry

The Associazione Angelo Marcello Anile and ECMI are happy to announce the fourth Anile-ECMI Prize for Mathematics in Industry to be awarded at the ECMI 2018 conference in Budapest, Hungary, June 18-22, 2018.

The prize will be given to a young researcher for an excellent PhD thesis in industrial mathematics successfully submitted at a European university in 2016-2018. The award, honouring Professor Angelo Marcello Anile (1948-2007) of Catania, Italy, consists of prize of 2500 Euro and an invitation to give a keynote talk at the ECMI 2018 conference.

Previous winners of the Anile ECMI Prize:

2010 Andriy Vasyliovich Hlod, Eindhoven University of Technology. Thesis title: “Jets of viscous fluid: interactions with a moving wall”.

2012 Francesco Ferranti, Ghent University, Belgium. Thesis title: “Parameterized Macromodeling and Model Order Reduction of High-Speed Interconnects”.

2014 Paolo Pintus, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa. Thesis title: ‘’Design of silicon based integrated optical devices using the finite element method’’.

2016 Francesc Font Martinez, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain. Thesis title:Beyond the classical Stefan problem”.

Submission of Entries

A copy of the thesis should be sent as PDF-File to the address below to arrive by April 15, 2018. The entry should be accompanied by a letter from the PhD supervisor which summarises the mathematical and industrial relevance of the work. If the language of the thesis is not English, then it is necessary to send also an extended summary in English.

Entries should be sent to:

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